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BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)
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Track: Single Diesel-Line

Junction Point - RE/JP/BTE, SH 25, Bandikui , 303313
State: Rajasthan

Elevation: 283 m above sea level
Zone: NWR/North Western   Division: Jaipur
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Mar 21 2017 (11:24)   BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)

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Dec 09 2016 (17:17)   JP/Jaipur Junction (6 PFs)

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Frnz my post regarding the railway History of Rajasthan ..##RAILWAYS IN RAJASTHAN##
Source - click here
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The
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first full scale working railway steam locomotive was built in the United Kingdom in 1804 by Richard Trevithick. World's first railway journey took place On 21st February 1804, as Trevithick's unnamed Steam locomotive hauled a train along the Rail transport of the Penydarren iron works, near Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales. In 1814 George Stephenson, inspired by the early locomotives of Trevithick and others, built the Blucher locomotive, one of the first successful Flange-wheel adhesion locomotives. Stephenson played a pivotal role in the development and widespread adoption of the steam locomotive. It was not until 1825 that the success of the Stockton and Darlington Railway proved that the railways could be made as useful to the general shipping public as to the colliery owner. The world's first trunk line can be said to be the Grand Junction Railway, opening in 1837, and linking a midpoint on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway with Birmingham, by way of Crewe, Stafford, and Wolverhampton.
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RAIL IN INDIA
The first rail system plan for India was put forward in 1832, but nothing could be done for next 12 years. In 1844 A.D., the Governor General of India Lord Hardinge insisted private entrepreneurs to set up a rail system in India. Two railway companies were created and the East India Company was asked to assist them. Interest from a lot of investors in U.K. led to the rapid creation of a rail system in India. The first train in India became operational on 22nd December 1851 and was used for the hauling of construction material in Roorkee. The first passenger train between Bori Bunder, Bombay and Thana covering a distance of 33.66 km (21 miles) was inaugurated, On 16 April 1853. The British government encouraged the setting up of railway companies by private investors under a scheme which assured a guarantee of an annual return of 5% during the initial years of operation. After completion of work, the company was to be transferred to the government, but the original company would hold operational control. Thus the development of railways in India started on all sides. The rail network had a route mileage of 9,000 miles (14,500 km) by 1880, mostly radiating inward from the three major port cities of Bombay, Madras and Calcutta. By 1895 India had started building it's own locomotives. In 1896 some railway engineers and locomotives were sent to Uganda to construct Uganda Railways.
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NECESSACITY OF RAIL IN RAJPUTANA
The trade in Rajputana till the mid of 19th century, was carried on animals like bullocks, camels, ponies and donkies; and animal driven carts. The outbreak of 1857 put the factor of urgency for the rapid development of roads, railways and telegraph lines in Rajputana. Government of India advised the native states to undertake the construction of these facili¬ties for movement of military troops for the maintenance of law and order and to encourage trade and commerce.
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#railhistory@rajasthan

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Dec 12 2016 (14:19)
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A very, very informative article!! Rail history is always very fascinating!
Just nitpicking here, but the first train in India wasn't run in 1851. On two occasions before that trains did run in India. For the first time in 1836-37 in Madras ( Now Chennai) and around 1842 in Rajahmundry (RJY).

  
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Dec 12 2016 (14:22)
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Yup.sir in rajahmundry for construction of Dam ..and works ..
Yup sir ..actually i am looking for more information ..regarding it ..will post very shortly ..:-)

  
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Dec 12 2016 (14:52)
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Here you go! You can find a lot of details about the engineering and the financial aspects of the Rajahmundry railway lines in this book. It was in operation around 1847, and the route actually had a double line!!!
click here

  
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Dec 12 2016 (14:53)
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Thank u ..sir ..

  
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Mar 17 2017 (20:12)
ritzraj   586 blog posts
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I have one question, if jodhpur and BIKANER merged with India then how come some part of railway under these was given to Pakistan govt
  
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Mar 11 2016 (16:50)   JP/Jaipur Junction (6 PFs)

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NWR Projects progress Blog
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Sikar - Churu gauge conversion
Sikar Fatehpur CRS on 25-26March
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Rewari
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- Phulera electrification
target date of test charging with 2.2kv is march 2017
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Jaipur Swm Electrification
163 crore sanctioned
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Ajmer - Marwar - Rani - Palanpur electrification -- Target Feb 2018
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Target for 2016-17 100km 2.2kv
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Ajmer - Udaipur Electrification 294km Target Dec 2018 - Cost 315 crore
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Target for 2016-17 80km 2.2kv
Got 90 crore in 2016-17 and 80 crore in 2017-18
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Jaipur Sikar gauge conversion - 107km - Target March 2018
32% earthwork complete, 37% ballast supply complete.
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Ajmer Palanpur 358km doubling excl Moribera- Swarupganj (48km)
--> (a)Marwar Guriya Doubling 47km
Marwar - Sojat Road 21km commissioned on 12 Feb
Sojat Guriya 26km - CRS inspection completed on 7 March
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-->(b)Bangurgram - Guriya doubling 47km ----- Tender for civil works floated (174 crore )
1% earthwork complete.
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-->(c) Ajmer bangurgram doubling 47km ---- Target December 2018
Earthwork started in October 2016. completed – 40,000 cum out of total 4,50,000 cum. 21 minor bridge completed out of 63
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-->(d) Marwar Rani 52km doubling 335 crore - started in Jan 2016
25% progress - 70% earthwork completed, 21 minor bride of 36 completed, 11% ballast supply complete
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-->(e) Mori Bera - Jawai Bandh - Falna - Khimel - Rani 40km
Executed by #RVNL . Track welding started. Target is March 2017
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-->(f) Karjoda palanpur 9km target is feb 2017
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-->(g) Swarupganj - Bhimana - Abu Rd - Sarotra Rd - Karjoda 72km
executed by #rvnl
SwarupGanj - Bhimana 9km CRS completed on 11 March 2017
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Dausa - deedwana - gangapur city new line ( 70% complete )
(a)Dausa - deedwana completed
(b) Deedwana gangapur city
earthwork complete, major bridge complete, tunnel is getting constructed.
work stopped in july 2015.
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Phulera Degana doubling ( 673 crore )
Detailed Estimate of Rs. 673.17 cr. sanctioned by Railway Board vide No. 2015/WI/NWR/DL/DPR 2015-16/18 dt. 28.01.2016.
EPC tender planning is in progress
Target Jan 2019
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Alwar Bandikui Doubling ( Total cost 280 crore )
target October 2018
33% minorbridge, 58% earthwork, 32% ballast supply completed.
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Ajmer Sawai Madhopur ( Nasirabad - Chauth ka Barwara ) new line ( 873 crore ) - 165km
Tender for FLS work opened on 04.02.2016. 8 offers received & is under finalisation.
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Mavli Barisadri Gauge conversion ( 82km) - Work started in Nov 2016
11% earthwork complete.
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Marwar Mavli Gauge conversion - 1600 crore - 152km - Waiting for #CCEA approval
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Pushkar Merta new line - ( 323 crore ) - Waiting for #CCEA approval
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Ajmer-Kota (Nasirabad-Jalindri) (145 km) - ( 822 crore ) Waiting for #CCEA approval
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Ratangarh Sardarshahr
Engine trial complete on 15 Jan 2017 - CRS 9 March
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Himmatnagar - Udaipur gauge conversion 208km
68% earthwork completed 49% minor bridges completed, 69% major bridges completed, 47% concreting completed
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ratlam dungarpur new line 189km
22 %earthwork completed , 8 out of 414 minor bridges completed.
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Thaiyat Hamira - Sanu New Line 59km
36% earthwork, 22% concreting, 16% minor bridge completed
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Phulera Ateli section of WDFC - Target Date March 2018

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सोजत रोड से मारवाड़ जंक्शन ट्रैक आज से शुरू
GM NWR Flagged first train on double track today.
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Jaipur Sikar broad gauge will start in 2 years

  
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Mar 07 2017 (00:31)
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Ratangarh Sardarshahr CRS news
Sojat Guriya CRS News

  
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Mar 07 2017 (05:22)
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#Good news

  
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Mar 17 2017 (18:06)
ritzraj   586 blog posts
Re# 1763951-117            Tags   Past Edits
Tried attaching video through app but "choose files" link not working. Can anyone suggest how to do it on mobile app

  
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Mar 17 2017 (18:08)
arpit pareek   2355 blog posts   998 correct pred (79% accurate)
Re# 1763951-118            Tags   Past Edits
hum bhi mja lenge E loco ka
electrification work of AII - UDZ section ...
going at good speed
  
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Mar 11 2017 (23:11)   BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)

arpit pareek   2355 blog posts   998 correct pred (79% accurate)
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#SB update
  
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Feb 05 2017 (08:07)   BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)

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BKI SB with Ajmer shatabdi
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Feb 03 2017 (19:52)   JP/Jaipur Junction (6 PFs)

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Entry# 2150492            Tags   Past Edits
NWR budget 2017-18 :-
New Lines:- (i) Nimach-Badi Sadri (ii) Taranga hills- Abu Road
Gauge conversion :- (i) Marwar-Mavli (ii) himmatnagar -KhedBrahma
Electrification :- (i) BKI-BTE (ii) Sadulpur-Bikaner (include ratangarh-Sardarshahar) (iii) Rewari- sadulpur-hanumangarh (iv) Rewari-Rohtak
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survey (i) Jaipur- Sawai Madhopur (ii) Ajmer - Udaipur (iii) Samdhari - Luni
New line survey (i) mandalgarh-todaraisingh (ii) Nimbahera-kapasan (iii) Pratapgarh-Banswara
  
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Jan 21 2017 (16:17)   BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)

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Now Python rakes will rake on BKI AF section also
Tender Title Signalling work in connection with provision of longer loop line at Kitham Station (Mathura-Agra Section) and at Ghosrana station (AF-BKI Section) for running of Python Trains of AGC Divn on N.C. Rly

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Jan 23 2017 (04:34)
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Well, my explanation was for a freight train only , and ideally, cannot be extended to passenger rakes just like that. The main advantage with python rakes is that in most cases there is absolutely no need for any shunting operations. The front portion detaches and goes on it's wy while the rear portion continues on it's route. This can be even done with just a single long loop line, without blocking the mainline.
Passenger rakes will need much more, as they will not be run with a loco sitting idle in the middle. So they have to be shunted, and this will require a larger yard. I can think of the following problems with your proposal.
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1) Yard construction and maintenance : Most large stations like HWH etc have the pit lines just before the stations at the outer. Now, the outers are always very congested, with trains always being made to wait for clearance. If 8-9 coaches for multiple trains have to be shunted from the pit lines to some yard far away from the station, they will add more to the congestion by blocking the main lines. So, the only option is to have pit lines and maintenance right at the site of the new yard so that rakes need not be moved for long distances.
But the problem is that pit lines and yards require a lot of space, infrastructure and personnel. There isn't anything like a simple passenger yard. They would need all the equipment, pit lines, washing lines, sick lines etc just like any other coaching yard. This requires a lot of space. And space is something that most of our cities don't have anymore. And there needs to be a minimum amount of traffic before the construction of a yard becomes useful.

  
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Jan 23 2017 (04:57)
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2) Logistics : Even if a yard like that materializes, then there is the issue of safety and managing operations. The train will have to enter the yard at a reduced speed, wait for 5-10 minutes for the shunting operation, and a few minutes for doing the brake testing for the combined rake, and again waiting for clearance on the main line before proceeding out. This will eat up close to 20-30 minutes in most situations. And I am sure passengers will not appreciate their train being shunted about in some random yard for half an hour, just after their journey starts.
Managing tickets and UR passengers will also be a problem. As the extra coaches are
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being attached in a random yard,only the subsequent stations can utilize these coaches. So reservations etc will have to be managed. And in the return journey, they have sped some time at the penultimate station to make sure that all the coaches which have to be detached in the yard are empty and that there is no one left behind in these coaches. This will only result in accumulating delay, safety problems and mainly lots of headache for the passengers and the railway staff. It's a good idea, but there are so many constraints in implementing it that it ends up giving more problems than utility.
Freights are just loaded once at their source and unloaded at their destination. So they need not worry about all these operations and the job is much simpler for them. But for passenger rakes there are many things that have to be taken care of before the train can operate.

  
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Jan 23 2017 (05:32)
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Now let me tell u the operating reason apart from these why coaches cant simply be coupled /decoupled right in the middle of the journey.. Let for our case assume that the stn choosen for attach/detach in HBC chordline is BRPA approx 24 km from HWH & 71 km frm BWN.let say a 15 coach train starts it journey at 7.10 frm HWH crosses DKAE at 7.29, JNX at 7.34 to reach BRPA at 7.41. In this process it overtakes a freight at DKAE & JNX which waited for 19 mts each at respective stns to get overtaken & commence their journey at 7.37 & 7.44 respextively. Our Exp after addition of Slip coaches restarts its operation at 8.05 frm BRPA but by the mean time both the freights have moven further forward & again they need to be looped at CDAE at 8.17 & BMAE 8.23 for reovertake by the...
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same Exp. So this is nothing but killing precious time of other trains. So u can see even though the slip coach attachment /shunting going on in the yard & doesnt affect anything on the mainline still the running in mainline is hampered justt because the train waited an extra time in the yard. This is prexisely the case with ur pythons also.. Apply the same logicslightly change the factors & you can understand how coupling/decoupling is for a long run not useful for a section & doesnt solve any purpose regarding operating point of view. Regarding commecial viewpoint they obviously solve a huge purpose. Just like our 15 coach imaginary train it has such mad rush that pax wont mind if they get berths from 26 km advance locn, tkt sales would rise & provide extra revenue to Rlys. Because commercialy it is always viable to run one 24 coach train than running two trains one with 15.other with 9 coaches. But the operating norms will simply dont allow such thing to happen.

  
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Jan 23 2017 (07:42)
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That is exactly what I have been teling about Python rakes. They are not used for short runs. Python rakes are typically used for long stretches of 200-400 kms. And in addition do not jumble up the operations of a python rake with that of a passenger train with slip coaches. Both are completely different scenarios. A passenger train with extra coaches is still a single train. But a Python rake is essentially two 'separate' trains.
And no, there is no time wasted for a python rake in the yards. This is how it works.
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For example, consider 2 freight trains going from Jolarpet to Chennai, a distance of about 220 km. Now, JTJ is an interchange point between SWR and SR. So all freights enter the yard as they need to be inspected by the Directorate of Wagon interchange ( DWI). Basically, freight trains pool wagons from multiple railway zones to ensure maximum wagon utilization. So to ensure that no particular zone is being forced to pool more more wagons than the others or vice-versa, at zonal and sometimes divisional interchange points, freights are inspected, with the staff making a note of each zone's contribution in the rake, the health of the wagon etc. This can take anywhere from 2-4 hours for a fully loaded freight train depending on the number of freights in the yard and the traffic on the mainline. This is a mandatory halt time and it cannot be avoided.
Now in case of our example at JTJ, a typical journey from JTJ to Chennai for a freight can take about 6-10 hours ( SR's average freight moving speed is about 23 kmph). And during the day time, there are two open slots between 11:30 - 13:20 and 14:00 - 16:45, which have very less passenger traffic from JTJ ( this does not include any freights already on the route and the traffic between AJJ-MAS and KPD-MAS). For the 2 freights which moved into JTJ at about 9 AM and 10 AM in the morning, the inspections would be complete by 11:30 AM and 12:30 AM respectively. Now, with both trains departing separately, they would only reach Chennai by evening or in the night, and they would require a crew change en-route if they get delayed. And in addition, there are multiple freights waiting in the JTJ yard which are bound to other destinations like BZA, RU, KPD-VM etc. So, since both freights have the same destination or they at least have a common route till Chennai, it saves a lot of time for both trains if they are coupled together and finish the journey as one rake.
So, the train starting at 11:30, may be delayed by one hour to start at 12:30, but instead of reaching at 6 PM or later, it will reach by 3:30 PM and in addition, the 11:30 slot may be used for another freight and the tracks can be utilized better instead of keeping them free. And the additional benefit is that two freight trains use the same slot to reach Chennai.
Now, even if one of the 2 freights has to proceed further from Chennai, it is no delayed due to the python rake formation. This is because, Korukkupet/Tondiarpet yard is the last yard in SR before the trains enter SCR and most trains get the wagon regulation checks done here.
All this works because freight trains are not like passenger trains. They have long halts at many stations, unlike passenger trains which have short 5 minute halts. Most of the times, we can see multiple freight trains being made to wait at the wayside stations. These freights usually halt for at least a couple of hours before leaving. It is quite simple to see that, when two trains are anyway being made to wait for 2 hours at a particular station, it would save time if both are coupled and leave together ( of course, only if the traffic on the route and the availability of loop lines at intermediate stations etc is also suitable) instead of making them leave separately and occupy two slots.
Sorry for the long answer. :)

  
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Jan 23 2017 (07:52)
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In WR two rake of Concor runs as Python and many times I m seeing it at Surat before Pune Duronto/TvC Rajdhani and it not allowed to OT it before Surat and it run non stop BRc to Udhna (not sure where it was looped for OT)
  
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Dec 07 2016 (01:18)   BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)

Pran Pratim Ghosh   20186 blog posts   94716 correct pred (75% accurate)
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Electrification of Bhartpur-Bandikui section in under consideration. This is for your information and further disposal please.
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Nov 04 2016 (14:28)   BKI/Bandikui Junction (6 PFs)

A359 to Delhi in February Lufthansa   236 blog posts   22 correct pred (81% accurate)
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Whats the status of Bandikui to Alwar Doubling, it has started or not?? also what about electrification from Delhi to Alwar, can anyone see some progress ??

  
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Nov 04 2016 (21:12)
Alwar needs platforms before doubling~   492 blog posts   18 correct pred (82% accurate)
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Earthwork has begun near Baswa.
Little work done near Alwar Junction such as clearing path for earthwork.
Whereas in case of AWR-DEC electrification AWR-RE is already electrified and CRS done.
Work for RE-DEC has to begin.

  
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Nov 07 2016 (15:03)
rojaRAJU~   299 blog posts
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Alwar Bandikui doubling is the need of the hour ... just 60 Kms of doubling is pending in this area which hampers more trains runnings and delaying more trains by name of crossings ... if earthwork started, then it should be completed by next year 2017 dec or 2018 mar max... then DEC/ DLI/ NDLS - JP travel would be smooth ...

  
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Nov 07 2016 (15:31)
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dont worry...it would complete by dec 2017..

  
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Nov 07 2016 (15:33)
Pran Pratim Ghosh   20186 blog posts   94716 correct pred (75% accurate)
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BKI AF & JP SWM Doubling bhi kafi zarurat hai
  
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